• 1419 Sqft
  • Spacious living room
  • Elegant kitchen with branded countertops
  • 1800 Sqft
  • Spacious living and dining hall
  • Toilet with anti-skid tiles
  • 2620 Sqft
  • Spacious living and dining hall
  • Toilet with anti-skid tiles

North Bengaluru's expansion as a real estate market is supported by rapid infrastructure development, strong connectivity, and closeness to the International Airport. Proposed upgrades to arterial road networks and Metro links to this area will only increase the investment possibilities of this previously quiet suburban zone. Since Kempegowda International Airport opened in 2008, this region has piqued the interest of investors. The airport became a rallying cry for numerous major real estate developers to embark on various ambitious projects.

The region's phenomenal growth may be due in large part to reasons such as improved physical, commercial, and social infrastructure, easy access to prominent city locations, and closeness to IT growth corridors. North Bengaluru is seeing increased demand due to the concentration of large landbanks and robust investment clusters, making it a true jackpot for investors.

The BIAL ITIR, being developed with the goal of decongesting Bengaluru and promoting its suburbs as an appealing alternative, is one of Karnataka's most ambitious infrastructure projects, aimed at attracting IT investment and reinforcing Bengaluru's position as the pre-eminent hub of IT activity alongside Silicon Valley in California. Over 55 international IT businesses, including Infosys, Wipro, TCS, and Cognizant, have expressed interest in the 12,000-acre designated land for BIAL ITIR. The ITIR is one of the state's major infrastructure projects. The estimated total cost is Rs. 1.6 lakh crore ($22 billion). The program would directly employ 12 lakh people and indirectly employ 28 lakh.

The planned ITIR would be a clearly defined investment region with a minimum extent of roughly 40 square kilometers (approximately 10,000 acres of land), which might comprise Special Economic Zones, industrial parks, export-oriented units, free trade zones, and warehousing zones. The ITIR would be a well-connected network of manufacturing units, public utilities, logistics, environmental protection systems, residential areas, and administrative functions. ITIR, together with other nearby development projects, would have a substantial influence on the real estate scenario in regions such as Jalahalli, Sahakarnagar, Jakkur, Kogilu, Yelahanka, and IVC Road.